Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Step three in developing a food defense plan.  In 1984, members of an Oregon cult intentionally contaminated restaurant salad bars with Salmonella bacteria.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Step three in developing a food defense plan.  In 1984, members of an Oregon cult intentionally contaminated restaurant salad bars with Salmonella bacteria."— Presentation transcript:

1 Step three in developing a food defense plan

2  In 1984, members of an Oregon cult intentionally contaminated restaurant salad bars with Salmonella bacteria.  They were attempting to influence an election.  751 individuals became ill, and  45 of those were hospitalized.

3  Defense plans are encouraged but not required for food establishments. Courtesy of Food Technology magazine, from "Defending the Food Supply," August 2005, Vol. 59, No.8. Food Technology is a publication of the Institute of Food Technologists,

4  All vendors providing processed foods to USDA federal feeding programs must be in compliance with the Food Defense System.

5  Vulnerability assessment  Map of Facility  Operational documents  HACCP plan  SOP or GMP  BQA or PQA plans

6  Designate a food defense coordinator to develop, implement and maintain the Food Defense Plan

7  Describe each vulnerability specifically.  Decide if the vulnerability is practical to address.  Determine a countermeasure.

8  Decide who will be responsible to implement the countermeasure.  Choose a reasonable timeline for implementation.  Initial plan when implementation of countermeasure is completed.

9  Install countermeasures  Workforce implementation  F – follow company food defense plan and procedures  I – inspect your work area and surrounding  R – recognize anything out of the ordinary  S – secure all ingredients, supplies and finished product  T – tell management if you notice anything unusual or suspicious

10  Review and revise the plan to accommodate new and newly elevated risks  Train the employees regarding their effort in:  Prevention  Detection  Response

11  Test the countermeasures after implementation  Make unannounced entrances at various checkpoints  Check locks in vulnerable areas  Perform a mock recall  Test inventory procedures

12  Re-evaluate the plan annually or as products, processes or facilities change.  Copies of the plan should be kept on-site and off-site.

13  Family owned pasture based cow-calf and grass finishing operation.  Livestock on farm  100 fall-calving cows and their calves  25 replacement heifers  20 steers being grass finished  Located 8 miles outside of town on a county highway.

14  Farm is 440 acres  Two pole barns, one three-sided structure  Perimeter has woven wire fence and two strands of barbed wire with no gate on driveway.

15

16 Q#Specific Vulnerability Practical Y/N Countermeasures Who will Implement Timeline to Implementation Date Completed Initials 1 Driveway has no gateyes Add a gate at driveway entrance Murray, Brangus and Angus MGM 1 No exterior camerasno 1 No signage on perimeter fence yes Add “no trespassing” and “no hunting” signs to fence Murray, Brangus and Angus AM 1 Perimeter fencing is not monitored regularly yes Implement a schedule for monitoring fence line monthly Brangus and Angus BM 2 Door for pharmaceutical and chemical storage not locked yes Add lock to door and limit number of keys issued (family members only) Murray MGM 3 Procedures for feeding, doctoring, processing cattle are not secure no 3 Visitor logyesImplement a visitor log systemMurray MGM 4 Liability for cattle not in shipping and sellers agreement yes Negotiate the agreement so liability for calves sold at auction is with hauler and then auction facility Murray MGM 5 No inventory system for feed chemicals or pharmaceuticals yesDevelop and inventory systemMurray MGM 6 Well head is not lockedyesLock well headMurray MGM 6 Well head is not lockedyes 8 No security training for family yes Familiarize family with SCAN and other security training Murray MGM 9 Fences between farms don’t limit access to livestock no 9 Feed is not stored in a lockable facility no

17


Download ppt "Step three in developing a food defense plan.  In 1984, members of an Oregon cult intentionally contaminated restaurant salad bars with Salmonella bacteria."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google